Clever things for small spaces

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 08/04/2014

If you live in a small apartment you have to be clever about where to keep things so they’re not in the way.

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Go get a car

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 01/09/2013

Congested traffic featuring motorists loudly honking their horns and breaking all manner of road rules, combined with mobile-phone-addicted-pedestrians stepping blindly out in front of you – the pleasure of driving in and around the city disappeared a long time ago.

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Housing market to slowly improve in 2013 – RP Data

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 22/08/2013

RP Data is forecasting that improvements to the national housing market will continue at a slow pace in 2013, with values expected to rise in line with inflation at best. The forecast comes as figures reveal Australian home values fell for the second year in a row, marking the worst run for the national property market in 16 years

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Better writer tip #1: Show, don't tell in your feature writing

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 03/08/2013

Good writers use a mix of both show and tell styles in their writing.

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London 2012 Olympics – one year on

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 17/07/2013

The London 2012 Olympics promised to be the greenest games ever delivered.

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Redfern community news: The Great Buckingham Street Project

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 26/04/2013

Redfern’s gentrification might be unstoppable but memories of the old suburb are set to remain thanks to a collection of community postcards that will be exhibited at RedWater markets this weekend.

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Brisbane property – two years on

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 25/04/2013

The 2011 Queensland floods are among the largest disaster events in Australia. The floods claimed 35 lives, affected around 200,000 people and more than 70 towns across south-east Queensland, including Brisbane, Ipswich and the Lockyer Valley.

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A rewarding career

Posted by Oliver Hogue on 08/03/2013

In October this year Paul Banoob, Branch Manager of Raine and Horne Strata Sydney, will be tackling a 20km assault course known as Tough Mudder. As the name suggests, it features a hefty dose of mud and will require a big effort to overcome obstacles that include ice baths and electrocution.

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